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Young kiwi driver Liam Lawson has bounced back from a series of non-finishes to finish on top of the feature race podium at the British Grand Prix round of the F3 World Championship.

Lawson’s second victory of the season was followed up with fifth place in Sunday’s reverse grid race, with the combined results moving him up to fifth on the championship ladder. More importantly, the solid weekend has ended a frustrating run of four DNF’s.

The Championship returns Silverstone for the F1 70th Anniversary round next weekend.

 

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